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You know, rock could become a hobby for me. Jazz is work but rock is like a hobby. ” “Yeah, you said it,” Ringmar said. THE SHADOW WOMAN 41 Winter heard the sound of engines outside and the jeering shrieks of the seagulls that followed the comings and goings of the radio cars. “No one reported missing,” Winter said. ” “She was somewhere less than twenty-four hours ago, was moving around somewhere. Somebody saw her, maybe even spoke to her. And I don’t mean the person who killed her. ” “One might come in over the course of the day.
Halders asked. ” Helander asked, eyeing the two photos in her hands. ” “She appears to have fought for her life,” Winter said. “There were injuries to her forearms, but we’ll have to wait for the report to know when they were inflicted. Here are the photos from the autopsy,” he said, and handed her a thin pile. ” “So she’s unidentified, huh,” Halders mumbled. “She’s also had at least one child,” Winter said. ” No one commented on this last statement. Winter studied the faces in front of him and started to hand out the day’s assignments.
It was cool in his hand. “You live a comfortable life,” he said, and drank. ” Winter heaved himself up and sat down on the edge of the pool. “Swimming in your underwear. ” Winter didn’t answer. He drank down the last of his beer and set the bottle on the paving stones, then took off his wet boxers and pulled on his shorts. ” Winter asked, and turned toward Vennerhag. ” Vennerhag sat up again. “A woman on my tea— from my department was assaulted and badly beaten last night, and if you find out who did it, I want to know,” Winter said.